Chhath Puja festival has started from today. Chhath Puja is considered incomplete without Thekua. Thekula is a traditional sweet dish of Bihar, hence it is definitely included in the Prasad plate on Chhath. It tastes extremely delicious and all other sweets fail in front of it. In such a situation, today we have brought for you the recipe of making Thekua. Read More – Bigg Boss 17: Isha Malviya and Samarth Jurel crossed limits in the house, video going viral…
This delicious dish is liked very much by children as well as adults. You can prepare these once and store them for at least 15 days and eat them. These taste great with hot tea, so let’s know the recipe of making Thekua.
Jaggery- 1/2 cup
Semolina- 1/2 cup
Wheat flour- 2 cups
Fennel- 1 tsp
Almonds – 1 tablespoon chopped
Raisins – 1 tablespoon chopped
Dry grated coconut – 2 tbsp
Green cardamom – 4 ground
Desi Ghee- 1/4 cup
Ghee or oil for frying
- To make this, first break the jaggery finely. Then add it with ¼ cup of water and cook while stirring occasionally until it dissolves.
- After this, when the jaggery dissolves well, turn off the gas. Then filter the water containing jaggery in a bowl. After this, add ½ cup semolina to it and mix it to make a paste. Read More – Urfi Javed seen in back lace top
- Then add wheat flour, fennel, almonds, raisins, coconut, cardamom and ghee in a vessel. After this, mix all these things well.
- Then add jaggery-semolina solution to it and knead a hard dough. If you want, you can also add some milk or water in it.
- Then keep this dough covered for about 10 minutes. After this, make balls of this dough, make them round and press them with your palm. Then you make a hole in it with the help of a fork.
- After this, put oil in a pan and heat it on medium flame. Then add thekua to it and cook it for about 1-2 minutes from both sides. After this, cook it on medium flame till it turns golden brown.
- Now your delicious and soft thekua is ready. Then you can store thekua in a box and eat it for 15 days.